Grey Goo is a fine but flawed real-time strategy game for solo players, offering genuinely interesting races in an otherwise safe and staid experience.
Though it’s mechanically competent, Blue Estate’s story is just too immature for its own good.
Linkee makes a clever case for trivia games, but a compendium of European knowledge will be your best friend here.
Desilets’ out at Ubisoft (again), McGee’s working on an Oz game, and Willem Dafoe is getting more screen time in Beyond Two Souls.
The Indie Fund’s backing a literal hole in the ground, Respawn filed a trademark, and a Chinese Dota 2 league got suspended.
Activision lays off some employees, Borderlands offers levels for money, and SimCity gets into the sponsorship business.
Yoichi Wada resigns, Square Enix has lofty expectations for their games, and Papo & Yo continues the Great Steam Indie Migration.
Mark of the Ninja: Special Edition announced, includes scads of commentary
PS3/4 versions of Diablo III won’t be cross-platform compatible with PC, and Battleblock Theater is finally coming out!
Ubisoft is making Rayman wait a while, Lace Mamba’s doing some shady business and Halo 2’s not dead yet on the PC.